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NZIM appoints Young Executive of the Year, Glenys Powell

NZIM appoints Young Executive of the Year, Glenys Powell, to its Board

The New Zealand Institute of Management has appointed Ms Glenys Talivai, the winner of last year's NZIM/Eagle Technology Young Executive of the Year Award, to its Board.

Ms Talivai is General Manager – Sales and Marketing for Medical Assurance Society (MAS). She is responsible for all aspects of MAS sales, marketing, and product development strategies and activities.

Before joining MAS, Ms Talivai was Head of Business Development for ANZ Retail where she was responsible for driving the execution of the ANZ branch distribution strategic and planning agenda.

“The NZIM Inc. Board is pleased that Glenys has agreed to become a director of NZIM,” said NZIM Chairman Gary Sturgess in announcing the appointment. “Her skills and experience will complement the overall make up of the Board and be of benefit to NZIM and its members.”

Ms Talivai fills the vacant Wellington director role on the NZIM Board.


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